Greta Isaac blurs the lines of sexuality and gender with her captivating new video!
“…irresistible and seductive, but also playful.“ – Earmilk
“…only further puts Greta Isaac in the spotlight as a future star.“
– Variance Magazine
Welsh artist Greta Isaac has now shared the tantalising new video for her highly addictive single Undone, featuring Matteo Marfoglia alongside Zander Sweeney. Greta explains, “the main subject in the video to me really embodies confidence, playful dominance and sass! So no matter what your sexual preference, you’re sure to come ‘Undone’ under their spell.” The single made both the UK and US New Music Friday playlists on Spotify and got it’s first radio play on Huw Stephens’ BBC Radio 1 show.
Her project, as a whole, is an exploration into habits and destructive human tendencies. Each song explores and exaggerates a different unhealthy trait from the perspective of a neurotic character. Whereas Comfortableexplored apathy and selfishness, and Tied was about being stuck in an unhappy relationship, Undone explores that part of our subconscious that believes it can make anyone fall in love with them.
Performing with her sisters on BVs, in addition to mandolin, guitars and double bass, the band are already gaining a reputation for delivering captivating live performances. Greta Isaac debuted her project with a sold out London show at a secret location, as well as wowing crowds at Festival No.6. Now, having gained attention from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, The Line Of Best Fit, London In Stereo, Mahogany and Impose Magazine, Greta Isaac is set to continue seducing listeners with her captivating alt-pop creations.
Undone is out now.